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Victoria Ginty "Unfinished Business" Record Release Concert

Tampa Bay Newspapers Beacon, Leader, and Bee posted April 23, 2018

(Treasure Island, FL) - Soulful blues vocalist Victoria Ginty celebrates the release of her new album "Unfinished Business" with a Record Release Concert at Ka'Tiki Beach Bar, 8803 W. Gulf Blvd., Saturday, April 28. Showtime: 7:00pm. Free. Info: (727) 360-2272 or visit http://katikisunsetbeach.com/.
"Unfinished Business" (Blue Door Records; Release Date: Friday, May 4) captures the vocalist's unique, soulful blues style. Recorded at GCR Audio Studios in Buffalo, the 11 tracks (eight originals) on Unfinished Business also fuse R&B, Soul, and Americana - sure to please the palette of the most avid music connoisseurs.
Early reviews are in: "Unfinished Business” is an 11-track wonder, a work of true talent infused with R&B, Soul and Americana styles which is sure to please the palette of the most avid music connoisseurs," writes INDIE PULSE MUSIC. MORE...
Occurs Saturday, April 28th, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Where: Ka'tiki Beach Bar
8803 W. Gulf Blvd.
Treasure Island, FL
Tickets: FREE
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Victoria Ginty Takin’ Care of ‘UNFINISHED BUSINESS’ (5 Quick Questions)

posted May 4th, 2018

Ginty, who hails from the musically-rich region of Apollo Beach, Florida, recently took time to do a ‘5 Quick Questions’ segment with Blues-E-News Editor, Wayne Rinehart.

BEN: Let’s briefly discuss the recording process for Unfinished Business. Though you’re from Florida, you traveled all the way to Buffalo (in the dead of winter, no less!) to record the new record. Why?

VG: A girlfriend of mine here in South Florida has a son, Rich English, that works as a composer and co-producer at GCR Audio (owned by the Goo Goo Dolls) in Buffalo, an absolutely world- class facility. After consulting with him and producer Justin Rose, I felt I could get a great project recorded there in an environment that felt comfortable, and most importantly, have a good engineer and great musicians. They exceeded my expectations! We communicated for a few weeks before I flew up. They had all the necessary musicians scheduled, (and) the demo tracks and their charts ready when I arrived, so we went straight to work and were there for a whirlwind of two weeks, which was still quite a push. I was able to engage Richie English (Give It Up Baby) and Grace Lougen (guitarist and co-writer for Hard to Move On) into co-writing two of the last songs I was working on prior to, which gave both those songs a dimension that only co-writing can do!

BEN: You perform as Victoria Ginty and Ladyhawke, but the album was recorded as Victoria Ginty (solo). What’s the back story here?

VG: Ladyhawke is my touring band, they helped craft and arrange many of the songs on the record and played on the demos I sent to the studio in New York. I learned while recording with BMG in Nashville, that for expediency, most artists use some, if not all, studio musicians to record their projects, then utilize other touring musicians to take the project on the road. It saves a lot of studio time, and you get the project completed the way you want it without risk of hurting someone in your band’s feelings over a simple preference or opinion.... READ MORE

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Singled Out: Victoria Ginty's Hard to Move On

By antiMusic.com posted April 12, 2018

Today Victoria Ginty shares the story behind one of her favorite tracks, "Hard to Move On", on her latest album "Unfinished Business". Here is the story:

This song is one of seven songs on this album that my bandmate, bassist Mike Ivey, and I collaborated on. Mike had been divorced for several years but had not started a new relationship yet. When pressed, he confided in me that though he had let his ex-wife go, he had a hard time moving on, and that there was a big difference between letting go and moving on. He knew they had irreconcilable differences, but missed her all the same. So, we decided that was a great "hook" and story line for a song.

I sat down to write the lyrics that would capture the feelings of letting someone go, and the melancholy side of missing them all the same....   READ MORE

Don't Miss: Victoria Ginty Record Release Concert

By Sarasota Observer posted April 5, 2018

Soulful blues vocalist Victoria Ginty is releasing her new album “Unfinished Business,” and she wants you to help her celebrate. This record release concert will showcase her new 11 tracks (eight of which are originals), which fuse R&B, soul, and Americana — leaving something to enjoy for even the most picky music listener.
If You Go
When: 8 p.m. Saturday
Where: The Blue Rooster, 1525 Fourth St.
Tickets: $5
Info: Call 388-7539.
https://www.yourobserver.com/article/sarasota-arts-entertainment-calendar

Victoria Ginty and Ladyhawke at the Blue Rooster

By Jimmy Geurts
Entertainment reporter
Sarasota Herald Tribune posted April 5, 2018

Singer Victoria Ginty used to live in Nashville, releasing music under the name Victoria Hawkes. Now she lives in the Tampa Bay area and plays with the blues-rock group Ladyhawke, frequent visitors to the Sarasota-Manatee area. They come to Sarasota’s The Blue Rooster for a show celebrating the release of Ginty’s album “Unfinished Business,” recorded in Buffalo, New York. 8 p.m. Saturday; The Blue Rooster, 1525 Fourth St., Sarasota; $5; 941-388-7539; blueroostersrq.com

http://www.heraldtribune.com/entertainmentlife/20180405/live-music-picks-april-6-12

Victoria Ginty Comes to Motorworks

By Staff Report, Bradenton Times•Sunday, Feb 11, 2018

With a style that fuses swampy Blues, R&B, Soul, and Americana, Victoria and her Ladyhawke band perform both originals and covers. As a signed recording artist with BMG before the contraction of the recording industry, Victoria had a number #1 record on worldwide charts for thirteen weeks and was nominated for "Singer Songwriter of the Year" and "Video of the Year" by the Academy of Independent Recording Artists.

In 2015, Ginty formed the band with Ladyhawke, and they have quickly built a loyal following on the south shore and are excited to return to Manatee County where they've played the Manatee Festival of the Arts and Aces Live.

Their debut CD Live at the Firehouse was released last year, and they just recorded their first studio album at GCR Studios in Buffalo, Unfinished Business, which will be released in the coming months. The band will return to Motorworks Friday, March 2 and again, Friday, April 20. All shows are free and scheduled for 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

http://thebradentontimes.com/victoria-ginty-comes-to-motorworks-p19524-133.htm

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